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Future looks bright for Stage III-ticked Sun Air
Sun Air Jets is already credited with ARGUS Platinum, Wyvern Flight Leader and Air Charter Safety Foundation IAS. Now it has added IS-BAO Stage III to that list, having first signed up to the IBAC scheme a decade ago.

California's Sun Air Jets has advanced to IS-BAO Stage III, the highest safety registration level from IBAC.

The company attained Stage III for its quality, risk-averse safety and operational processes. The achievement is held by a select number of global operators and fewer than ten in California. The designation highlights Sun Air Jets' consistent dedication to aviation safety and professionalism, including employing dedicated safety personnel who ensure its private charter jet fleet adhere to the highest safety standards.

“Our organisation prides itself on its identity as one of the safest private jet operators in the United States and achieving IS-BAO Stage III further solidifies that dedication,” comments Andreas Mauritzson, VP of business strategy and director of safety for the company.

Sun Air Jets is already credited with ARGUS Platinum, Wyvern Flight Leader and Air Charter Safety Foundation IAS.

According to Mary Cimbura, inflight services coordinator and assistant director of safety, “this designation is only made possible thanks to the mindset and determination of our crews and employees, who always focus on being vigilant when it comes to serving our clients in the safest and most efficient way possible.”

Since Sun Air Jets implemented IS-BAO standards ten years ago, the company has been visited by IS-BAO auditors once every two years.

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